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Joshua Steimle
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Attended Brigham Young University
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I recently started teaching courses at General Assembly. Here's what it's like, and why I like their business model.
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If you're an #seo  expert, I'd love to get your feedback on this post.
Why isn't donloper.com showing up in search engine results for exact match searches for post titles? Could posting more frequently solve everything?
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You hired an SEO firm a few months ago, but now you're worried you might be getting ripped off. How can you tell? And how could you have avoided this?
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I like public speaking and feel like I know a little bit about it, but doing interviews in front of an audience has given me an entirely new set of skills to work on.
Need to manage a live event in front of an audience? Starting an event series? Here are one expert's top 3 tips to make your event series successful.
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I've been on both sides of this, I'm afraid.
 
What it feels like to be the expert sometimes ;)
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I feel his pain. This could easily be remade into a web design video with just a little bit of tweaking.
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Passed this today on my run from Mui Wo to Ngong Ping. It's called the "Wisdom Path," and it took me about 2:45 hrs to get there. I'm pretty this one says "If you had started from Ngong Ping you would have been here 2:30 ago."
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Tonight! +Simon Squibb at The Hive in Wanchai, courtesy Startup Grind #hongkong  
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I get a lot of entrepreneurs asking me for free marketing. I can't do free marketing too much, but I can give free advice. Here's some of it.
If you're an entrepreneur who needs marketing, but has no money, here are three simple marketing tips to help you out.
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Tonight! Startup Grind Hong Kong interviews Jong Lee to get the story between the man who knows everyone, manages TEDx Hong Kong, etc. Come and get a tour of The Hive's brand new location!
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My latest article. I like to read a lot of business books, but I usually read them and then forgot about them, or very little stuck. This is how I and my company are getting a lot more out of those books, without too much additional time or effort.
Reading new titles is my guilty passion. Here's how to make the financial lessons stick -- and apply them in your workplace.
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Forbes contributor and entrepreneur.
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Online marketing, SEO, writing, thinking, and front blunts.
Employment
  • MWI
    Founder, CEO, 1999 - present
    MWI is an online marketing firm with offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, Phoenix, Arizona, and Hong Kong. The long and short of it is that our clients hire us, and we help them make more money than what they pay us. A lot more.
  • Forbes
    Contributor, 2013 - present
    I'm a contributor to Forbes online where I write about Hong Kong, startups, and online marketing.
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Hong Kong
Previously
Draper, UT - Provo, UT - Rexburg, ID - Manaus, Brazil - Arcadia, CA
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801-495-4400, +852 5527 0366
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PO Box 108 Draper, UT 84020
9/F Central Building, 1-3 Pedder St.Central, Hong Kong
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Forbes contributor, Founder at MWI, Hong Kong, startups, and online marketing.
Introduction
Forbes contributor, founder of MWI, startup addict, blogger, author, speaker, skater, triathlete, trail runner, Mormon, and resident of Hong Kong. More about me here.
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Married, 2 beautiful happy children, and not much to complain about.
Education
  • Brigham Young University
    Information Systems Management, 1998 - 2002
    Masters.
  • Brigham Young University-Idaho
    General Business, 1993 - 1997
    Associates.
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Don Loper
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Why Your SEO Firm Is Failing
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You hired an SEO firm a few months ago, but now you're worried you might be getting ripped off. How can you tell? And how could you have avo

Self-Storage And The Mobile Internet In Asia
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The self-storage industry is poised to grow in Asia as a growing middle-class makes the transition to a consumption economy. For storage com

How To Manage A Live Event
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Need to manage a live event in front of an audience? Starting an event series? Here are one expert's top 3 tips to make your event series su

Online Marketing 101 for Self Storage Operators in Asia
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Slideshow for a presentation given 26 March, 2014 in Hong Kong to the Asia Self Storage Expo on the topic of online marketing. The idea was

2014 Asia Self Storage Expo Presentation Slides - MWI Hong Kong
mwi.hk

Here is the full slideshow for MWI CEO Joshua Steimle's presentation on online marketing for self storage companies at the 2014 Asia Self St

How To Get Press For Your Startup - General Assembly, Hong Kong
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This is the presentation I used for my class at General Assembly Hong Kong on Tuesday, March 25th at The Hive. The topic was DIY online PR f

Spotify Plans To Own The Online Music Market In Asia
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Sunita Kaur, Asia Director for Spotify, talks about how her previous work at Time Warner, Forbes, Microsoft, and Facebook prepared her for h

Everything Is Cool When You're Part Of A Team
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I’ve learned from firsthand experience as an entrepreneur that, as the Lego Movie soundtrack says, “everything is cool when you’re part of a

How I Hire Web Designers On oDesk - MWI
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I’ve hired web designers who work in Utah, California, Spain, Ukraine, India, Bulgaria, and Hong Kong. Sometimes I was trying to find that h

Do It Yourself Online Public Relations For Startups - MWI Hong Kong
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Joshua Steimle, a contributing writer to Forbes magazine and CEO of MWI, will share tips in this course on how businesses can get coverage i

Startup Grind Hong Kong Presents Simon Squibb (NEST Investment, Fluid Cr...
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Founder of Fluid Creative (www.fluidhk.com) CEO of NEST Investments (www.nestideas.com) As an angel investor for over 18 years, Simon is ded

Startup Grind Hong Kong Presents Jong Lee (RGL Holdings Limited)
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Jong Lee Managing Director of RGL Holdings Limited Jong Lee is the Managing Director of RGL Holdings Limited and has spent over 15 years bui

Advice To An Aspiring Blogger - MWI Hong Kong
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Here are some simple Internet marketing tips I gave in response to a request from a new blogger.

How To Hire A Web Design Firm - MWI
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With so many to choose from, hiring a web design company can be quite the challenge.

What SEO Clients Can Learn From Hackers - MWI Hong Kong
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If you want to hire the best SEO firm, look for a company full of hackers. No, not that kind of hacker, the other kind.

What Do You Do When Your Marketing Is Too Successful? - Don Loper
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Successful marketing isn't all rainbows and sunshine. It brings with it it's own set of challenges for entrepreneurs.

How To Use Free Data To Instantly Improve SEO Results - MWI
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Here's a quick and easy SEO tip that is free to implement and which will generate instant, or nearly instant, results.

Top 10 Online Marketing Experts To Follow In 2014
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When it comes to online marketing, it can be hard to know who to trust. Here are 10 experts you should be listening to.

Hong Kong Advertisers To Boost Internet Marketing - MWI Hong Kong
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A recent survey shows Hong Kong marketers are going to boost spending on online marketing. But are they spending on the right kind of online

6 Ways to Earn Higher Rankings Without Investing in Content Creation and...
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Content is certainly important, but we have to remember all the other tools we have for improving our rankings. In today's Whiteboard Friday

Breakfast buffet was amazing. Fresh juices made to order in front of you from as many fruits as you can imagine, and just about every possible breakfast food imaginable. All good, all fresh, in a nice, clean environment.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Amazing lunch. Some of the best Japanese food I've ever had. And great decor. Best ox tongue I've ever had. You think I'm joking, but it was really good.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Beautiful space, conveniently located in Central, and the owners are super nice guys. If you're starting a business and need a temporary home to get it off the ground or you're an independent professional and need a place to work this should be on your list of places to check out.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Best hot chocolate I've had in my life.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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As an expat from southern California I miss a good burrito with a chewy tortilla. These crepes hit the spot in that regard. They're kind of like burritos without the beans, and a bunch of Chinese food inside.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
No place I'd rather be than the temple, other than at home with my family. Looking forward to the coming renovations, whatever they turn out to be.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I couldn't be happier with the place. Ok, the shower nozzle is a little cheap, and the door slams when I go out if I don't hold it a little, but I think that's all I can come up with. First off, I got an awesome rate on Travelocity, about $112USD/night (it was one of the "top secret hotels" but you can usually figure out which one it is with a little detective work). Then when I showed up the type of room I had reserved (the cheapest one) was taken, so they put me in what I believe is one of their most expensive rooms. It is probably the largest hotel room I've ever stayed in (not that that's saying a lot, nor do I care about size that much, but man, it's huge compared to the place I was just in before). I'm up above most other buildings so I have an amazing view of Hong Kong island from my corner window. Then they have an amazing buffet downstairs. It works out to about $20USD for lunch, and is the best $20 buffet I've ever had. They have laundry service, but there is a place right across the street and a few feet to the right that's cheaper and very fast (I dropped a bundle of clothes off and was able to pick them up 2 hours later). Dry cleaning takes two days, however. BTW, the bellhop was the one who told me about the laundry service across the street. He said it's cheaper and faster than the hotel service. The service has been amazing. They brought up my luggage (sorry, maybe that's teh norm outside the US but I haven't travelled too much internationally so I'm not used to that). When I was leaving for an event today they asked me if I need a taxi and then the guy ran up a street and around the corner a ways to hail one for me. Then they explained to the taxi guy in Cantonese where I needed to go so there was no confusion. Everyone has been super service oriented. Oh, and the Internet is fine, which is a big deal for me since all my work is online. It's not super fast, but more than adequate. It's not free (except in the lobby), but it's cheap. Anyway, don't want to gush too much but I've been quite impressed on every count thus far and would definitely stay here again.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago